Enmeshed [verb]

Definition of Enmeshed:

involve in a situation

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Sentence/Example of Enmeshed:

Though he mugged a bit for the camera, Xiao Qi Ji eventually ignored legions of online fans to enmesh himself fully in the sweet potato, smearing it all over a toy and himself.

They’re enmeshed in so many different algorithms that are barring them from basic services.

My wife’s company is more fully enmeshed in Microsoft’s ecosystem, and her MyAnalytics report and related app tweaks are even more useful than mine.

And as he stood enmeshed in its sinister thraldom, he thought he again saw her rise and point an accusing finger at him.

When people begin to handle red tape, there is always a chance that they get enmeshed in its voluminous tangles.

Had he not vowed to himself that no matter what mysteries encompassed and enmeshed her, he would believe and never doubt?

She awoke screaming, to find herself enmeshed in the mosquito bar.

But events had enmeshed him; circumstances had proved fatal.

It must not become enmeshed in the symbols and folklore of a government or it will be first chained and then strangled by them.

Once more he was looking at it all—all the cruel, the meaningless drama in which he had been enmeshed for a little while.